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MECHANISMS REGULATING SEASONAL ADAPTATION
Seasonal control of nymphal diapause in the spring ground cricket
The larval diapause of three scarabaeid beetles and its function
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activity adaptation Aelia acuminata aestivation aphid apple apterus beetle cingulifer clutches coccinellae codling moth Coleoptera critical photoperiod cuprea daylength developmental diapause completion diapause development diapause induction diapause termination Dingle duration ecology enter diapause environment environmental evolution factors fasciatus fecundity females field geographic variation grasshoppers Gryllidae habitat hatching hibernation high temperatures Hirosaki Hodek horotelic host Hymenoptera increase Insect Migration instar intensity K-selection laboratory lapponicus larvae latitude life-history long days low temperatures males Masaki mating behaviour maturation Migration and Diapause migratory tendency miniata moulting nitidus Noctuidae number of eggs nymphal nymphs Oecologia Oncopeltus oothecae Orthoptera overwintering oviposition pallidus parasite parasitoid Pener period phenology photoperiod photoperiod and temperature photoperiodic response populations postdiapause development predictions reproductive diapause sample season length selection sexual behaviour short days smithii species Table tachytelic terminate diapause termination of diapause third instar transferred univoltine variability voltinism winter yellow stage Zool